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so i switched to model MBP9,1 instead of MBP8,1 and now its acts like a supported Mac. I was able to download Mojave from the App Store directly Been running mojave on my T420 and my real MBP for a few days now and its pretty solid. 

 

 

Note: if i boot with MBP9,1 I get random panics related to USB. MBP8,1 works but is not a *supported* platform. 

 

I just reposted the latest release on github...

that may help with Audio support for Mojave (and High Sierra) .. Older releases will remain for Sierra etc.

 

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On 7/6/2018 at 12:30 PM, tluck said:

@jgn123 hmm odd that to be a problem with DSDT since you seem to have the same base DSDT as me. 1.46.  i dont know why it doesnt work with an SSD? my system has one?

@tluck Sorry for the late reply! I just came back from vacation.

I only have one 2.5 inch SSD in it.  Is there a way that you could patch my DSDT that I attached here so I could try.  It's weird that mine won't boot with your DSDT.

 

Much appreciated! origin.zip

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@jgn123 - but you have the exact same DSDT (original) as me? 

can you try a spinning disk instead of the SSD?

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On 7/11/2018 at 1:16 AM, tluck said:

so i switched to model MBP9,1 instead of MBP8,1 and now its acts like a supported Mac. I was able to download Mojave from the App Store directly Been running mojave on my T420 and my real MBP for a few days now and its pretty solid.

 

Hey tluck!

 

Could you give me a bit more details how to upgrade to the Mojave beta? My High Sierra installation is unstable anyway, so I don't risk anything with trying out the Mojave beta. I'm hoping the freezes will go away...

Thanks.

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@Somez

 

i just updated the T420 distribution on GitHub with the kexts and config.plist I am using. see config.1600x900.mojave.plist

 

pretty easy actually.

after you install Mojave, you will have to copy your High Sierra HD 3000 kexts to Mojave /S/L/E 

you need /System/Library/Extensions/*HD3000* and *SNB* 

 

 

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On 7/12/2018 at 7:20 PM, tluck said:

@jgn123 - but you have the exact same DSDT (original) as me? 

can you try a spinning disk instead of the SSD?

@tluck, I've just tried the hdd and it still got stuck at the same spot.  I'll try your new pack on Github to see how it goes.

Updated:  Just tried your new (Lenovo-T420-Clover-2018.07.14) pack and had the same problem.  

Do you have any suggestion?

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Hi tluck,

To disable hibernation, I run this:

rm /var/vm/sleepimage

But the message says that  "No such file or directory"

Pls help me fix this error. Thanks :)

 

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10 hours ago, ladykillah said:

Hi tluck,

To disable hibernation, I run this:


rm /var/vm/sleepimage

But the message says that  "No such file or directory"

Pls help me fix this error. Thanks :)

 

did you turn it off with pmset hibernatemode 0 ?

 

@jgn123

I dont know? so if you just dont use my patched DSDT and let clover patch the built-in one you should capture the resulting DSDT and see how different it is?

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@tluck

Yes I did

Btw my High Sierra sometimes restarts instead of shutting down :(

Edited: I have fixed the issue. Thanks tluck for replying :)

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On 7/15/2018 at 8:47 PM, Tetonne said:

thanks tluck for last release (4600) :)

 

2018-July-14

 

Thank you guys for still supporting this machine with updates. Even though my freezes has not gone with High Sierra, I'm not in the situation to be able to buy a real Mac so this topic is a true gem for me :)

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well good luck with Mojave- been running for more than a week now. i do get random USB panics on startup. but once its up, it seems fine!

 

there seems to be a problem with the latest AppleALC i posted - seems to work on Mojave but not High Sierra. i hope to have it resolved tonight.

well - seems like the fix is to add ResetHDA=true to config.plist

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fix for AppleALC 1.3.0 on High Sierra

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On 7/14/2018 at 11:34 PM, tluck said:

@Somez

 

i just updated the T420 distribution on GitHub with the kexts and config.plist I am using. see config.1600x900.mojave.plist

 

pretty easy actually.

after you install Mojave, you will have to copy your High Sierra HD 3000 kexts to Mojave /S/L/E 

you need /System/Library/Extensions/*HD3000* and *SNB* 

 

 

Hello. How can I use 1366x768 Mojave? I used config.1600x900.mojave.plist it gets black scree but second screen with DVI it is function good.

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6 hours ago, razoweb said:

Hello. How can I use 1366x768 Mojave? I used config.1600x900.mojave.plist it gets black scree but second screen with DVI it is function good.

well try removing any items referencing DualLink, EDID, override-no-connect.

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Hi everyone,

 

So I managed to install everything thanks to tluck clover's files and now everything runs perfectly excepted for some video glitches like those in this video:

 

 

Do you know where it comes from? I have a lenovo T420 si which is pretty much the same configuration as the S model but with an i3 processor.

In the BIOS, I setted the graphics to Integrated Graphics.

 

Thanks in advance ;)

 

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@blop135 I have the same problem you can try turn on "Show with clock" on "Screen Saver" for this issue. My issue has been resolved, but sometime there are horrizontal lines without flickering.

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16 minutes ago, kaseru said:

@blop135 I have the same problem you can try turn on "Show with clock" on "Screen Saver" for this issue. My issue has been resolved, but sometime there are horrizontal lines without flickering.

Seems like it solved it for the movies indeed but like you said, I do have some flickering lines that still appears on the menu. Do you have a T420 si too? I've seen that mine will never get Mojave, I guess it's because of the i3 processor that is not enough powerful. Maybe with the final release, they'll make it available to everyone.

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Seems like it solved it for the movies indeed but like you said, I do have some flickering lines that still appears on the menu. Do you have a T420 si too? I've seen that mine will never get Mojave, I guess it's because of the i3 processor that is not enough powerful. Maybe with the final release, they'll make it available to everyone.
It is an old problem which only related to hd3000 graphics but not hd4000 so on. I have tried to increase my vram to reduce but only fimd to remain well for a longer time. it is not cpu’s problem in my perspective, i have thinkpad x220 and lenovo g470 both have the horizontal line in random appearance.

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6 hours ago, EngLearnsh said:

It is an old problem which only related to hd3000 graphics but not hd4000 so on. I have tried to increase my vram to reduce but only fimd to remain well for a longer time. it is not cpu’s problem in my perspective, i have thinkpad x220 and lenovo g470 both have the horizontal line in random appearance.

 

Seems like it's less appearing this last day. I was talking about the Mojave's update for the CPU. I guess it's because I have an i3 that I can't install Mojave ;).

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Seems like it's less appearing this last day. I was talking about the Mojave's update for the CPU. I guess it's because I have an i3 that I can't install Mojave ;).
Yeah the lines are likely kids all of a sudden they appear and then disappear. i think i3 can have mojave installed but im not proved because both i have the second generation of core i5 and i7 without i3, apple ends the support for these mac models this year with mojave and someone still find a way to install and make hd3000 in a full acceleration condition only when ui glitches happen in white theme.@tluck also provides the test config of mojave maybe you can try that, after all lets wait until the stable version releases( ¨̮ )

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On 7/14/2018 at 9:34 PM, tluck said:

@Somez

 

i just updated the T420 distribution on GitHub with the kexts and config.plist I am using. see config.1600x900.mojave.plist

 

pretty easy actually.

after you install Mojave, you will have to copy your High Sierra HD 3000 kexts to Mojave /S/L/E 

you need /System/Library/Extensions/*HD3000* and *SNB* 

 

 

Hi Tluck,please send me this kexts HD3000 and SNB.I first install Mojave Beta and I do not have these kexts.

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So I did a clean install of High Sierra but my internal LCD didn't seem to be working. It would just give random lines after the apple logo each time unless I boot with Displayport connected and then took it out. Now with the confiug.1600x900.mojave.plist everything seems to be working fine? I'm running high Sierra though..

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      Budget Workstation MacOS 10.14.1 build: z370 AORUS Gaming 5 - i5-8600K - RX 580 - UHD 630
      flawless iGPU/dGPU integration, fast FCPX editing/rendering, great overall performance for ~$1200 / ~£1000
       
      I'm gonna come straight out and admit it - I used newb tools which are considered taboo on InsanelyMac, and so this isn't so much an installation guide as it is a green flag to anyone considering the same hardware. My first and previous Hackintosh project was just over ten years ago and this site was massively helpful, so this is my (very small) way of giving back.
       
      EFI DIRECTORY
      http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=97606131925137056003
       
      HARDWARE
      CPU: Intel i5-8600K 3.6GHz hexacore (contains UHD 630 iGPU)
      CPU Cooler: be quiet! Pure Rock Slim (no paste needed, and fan facing front)
      Mobo: GIGABYTE z370 AORUS Gaming 5 (WIFI)
      RAM: 1x 8GB CORSAIR Vengeance LPX C16 2666MHz (in first slot)
      GFX Card: Sapphire RX 580 NITRO+ SE
      SATA: used ports 0, 1, 3, 5 (HDD problems when connected to port 4)
      HDD: generic
      DVD Drive: generic
      PSU: EVGA 500W Semi Modular (but you should get 650W!)
      Case: CoolerMaster CM590 III
      Fans: 2x stock case fans (one sucky on front, one blowy on back), 3x be quiet! BL046 120mm fans (two blowy on top, one sucky on front). Airflow near-perfectly balanced.
       
      ADVICE
      With the Clover configuration, you want to pay close attention to all things relating to graphics. There are some specific settings for ACPI, Boot, Devices and Graphics which should be copied exactly in order to get the iGPU and dGPU to work in perfect harmony. For instance, make sure you use ig-platform-id 59120003 rather than 59120000 if you want FCPX to be usable. With the right settings, FCPX will not only run, but run flawlessly.
       
      I was not able to figure out how to make NVRAM/PRAM behave itself, and I got errors when I tried to issue relevant commands. As a result, I could not get iMessage to work properly. It worked precisely once, on my first installation attempt. This Clover configuration therefore has no consideration whatsoever toward iMessage reliability - if you can get NVRAM/PRAM working properly on this hardware, please do edit the config as you see fit.
       
      Onboard WiFi does not work. There is no driver for it. I'm using wired ethernet to a bridge router as it was cheaper than getting a compatible PCI card.
       
      Audio is working well after I installed the z370 audio patch, then the ALC1220 codecs, then AppleALC.
       
      With kexts for generic 3rd party SATA and generic 3rd party eSATA, my HDDs and DVD drive work perfectly well.
       
      Sleep/Wake functions run perfectly. iCloud functions run perfectly. Shutdown leaves the mobo LEDs on, annoyingly.
       
      Overall, this system appears to run about as well under MacOS 10.14 Mojave as it does under Windows 7. I would solidly recommend this build to anyone looking to build a computer for workstation purposes, on a budget.
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